Frances Williams

Frances Williams1996 Menzies Scholar in Law

Other awards and achievements
1988 Denis Murphy Prize Australian History, University of Queensland
1993 Butterworth's Prize International Law, University of Queensland
1994 Gold Medal in Law, University of Queensland
1997 Clive Parry Prize in International Law, Cambridge University

Bachelor of Arts, University of Queensland 1990
Bachelor of Laws (Hons I), University of Queensland 1994
Master of Laws (Hons I), Cambridge University 1997

Current position
Partner, Corrs Chambers Westgarth, Brisbane
Career history/highlights
1992-1993: Associate to Justice R E Cooper, Federal Court
1994: Articled Clerk, Clayton Utz, Brisbane
1995-1996: Solicitor, Clayton Utz, Brisbane
1997: Research Assistant to Justice S M Kiefel, Federal Court
1997-1999: Solicitor, Mallesons Stephen Jaques, Brisbane office
1999-2003: Senior Associate, Mallesons Stephen Jaques, Brisbane office

Angela Winkle

Angela Winkle

2014 Menzies Scholarships to Harvard

Angela is an MBA candidate at Harvard Business School (HBS). Angela’s academic and professional background cuts across the private and public sectors, and she is particularly interested in carbon pricing policy and carbon markets. Angela’s experience includes working with McKinsey & Company and the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. Alongside her industry interests, Angela is dedicated to increasing the number of women in leadership positions in business, government and society, and she is currently the Co-President of the HBS Women’s Student Association. Angela's scholarship was funded by the HBS Class of 1970

Assoc Prof Justin Wolfers

Assoc Prof Justin Wolfers1997-98 RG Menzies Scholarship to Harvard University

Associate Professor of Business and Public Policy
The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania

PhD, Harvard University, 2001
AM, Harvard University, 2000
B.Ec, University of Sydney, 1994

Recent Consulting
Behavioral finance, Sports betting, Prediction markets

Recent Professional Awards
Milken Institute Award for Distinguished Economic Research, 2002

Academic Positions Held
2004-present. The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Previous appointment: Stanford University (GSB)

Dr Daniel Worthley

Dr Daniel Worthley2009 NH MRC/RG Menzies Fellowship

MBBS (Hons), 1999, University of Adelaide

Dr Daniel Worthley from the Queensland Institute of Medical Research took up his Fellowship in 2010 at the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center, Columbia University, New York. His study is "The origin, contribution and molecular characteristics of myofibroblasts in gastric carcinogenesis".

Mar 2010

Zhichao Wu

wu z 2013 hs2014 Menzies Scholar in the Allied Health Sciences 

Zhichao holds the degree of Bachelor of Applied Science in Optometry from the Queensland University of Technology.

The two year scholarship commencing in 2014 will enable Zhichao to complete his PhD developing novel functional and structural markers for age related macular degeneration (AMD). These markers will allow new therapies to be effectively trialled in the earliest stages of AMD prior to vision loss.

The research will be carried out at the Centre for Eye Research Australia in Melbourne.